Dragged Matthew out for a walk around the neighborhood.
Received a note out of the blue from an editor who had previously rejected a story after requesting a rewrite. After some pondering, he's changed his mind and wants it now. But, of course, it's already out at another market, one that I've sold to before, which makes me definitely inclined not to pull it. Erm. Puts me in a strange position. I've emailed the editor back and told him that if the current market where it's under consideration passes on it, he can have it, but that it might take several months (or longer--these folks don't respond quickly) before I'll know for sure.
Wrote and published a couple reviews for Tangent. Also added a new poetry category. We're reviewing poetry now, thanks to gardenwaltz, our new poetry reviewer. I'm pretty jazzed 'bout that.
Been pondering writing an editorial for Tangent to provide another voice to it, but I don't really want to launch into a political diatribe, and I sort of feel that most of the "hot" topics in the specfic consciousness are either silly ("What is Fantasy/Science Fiction/Slipstream/etc?") or have been talked/debated/argued into the ground by luminaries far more knowledgeable than lil ole me (The state of the short fiction market, recent trends in subject matter, etc.)
I dunno. Is there anything people who read short fiction (and poetry) SF/F/H reviews really want discussed in an editorial?
A Harmony of Foxes
New words: 122
Cranked out a minimum number and called it a day. Trying to give my wingstubs a rest.
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